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Another CU ADA case is dismissed.

A federal appeals court on Thursday threw out a case against the Washington, D.C.-based Department of Labor Federal Credit Union – a move some said could be the beginning of the end of a years-long saga involving credit unions, their websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The decision affirmed a lower court’s finding that the plaintiff, who is blind and took the credit union to court over its website’s alleged noncompliance with the ADA, wasn’t eligible to join the credit union and thus couldn’t sue over the matter.

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